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Düngen, Matthias; Müller, M.; Koch, Michael
Groove geometry and bulk material properties impacting on pressure build-up in single screw extruders. - In: 32nd Polymer Processing Society Annual Meeting 2016 (PPS-32) / Polymer Processing Society Annual Meeting ; 32 (Lyon) : 2016.07.25-29. - Red Hook, NY : Curran Associates, Inc., (2017), S. 265-269
Schötz, Theresa; Ueda, Mikito; Bund, Andreas; Ponce de Leon, Carlos
Preparation and characterization of a rechargeable battery based on poly-(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) and aluminum in ionic liquids. - In: Journal of solid state electrochemistry : current research and development in science and technology. - Berlin : Springer, ISSN 14330768, Bd. 21 (2017), 11, S. 3237-3246
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10008-017-3658-4
Schell, Juliana; Schaaf, Peter; Lupascu, Doru C.
Perturbed angular correlations at ISOLDE: a 40 years young technique. - In: AIP Advances. - New York, NY : American Inst. of Physics, ISSN 21583226, Bd. 7 (2017), 10, S. 105017, insges. 8 S.
https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4994249
Steinhauer, Miriam; Stich, Michael; Kurniawan, Mario; Seidlhofer, Beatrix-Kamelia; Trapp, Marcus; Bund, Andreas; Wagner, Norbert; Friedrich, K. Andreas
In situ studies of solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) formation on crystalline carbon surfaces by neutron reflectometry and atomic force microscopy. - In: ACS applied materials & interfaces. - Washington, DC : Soc, ISSN 19448252, Bd. 9 (2017), 41, S. 35794-35801
https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.7b09181
Hergert, Germann; Vogelsang, Jan; Schwarz, Felix; Wang, Dong; Kollmann, Heiko; Groß, Petra; Lienau, Christoph; Runge, Erich; Schaaf, Peter
Long-lived electron emission reveals localized plasmon modes in disordered nanosponge antennas. - In: Light : Science & Applications. - London : Nature Publishing Group, ISSN 20477538, Bd. 6Bd. 6 (2017), (20. Okt.), e17075, insges. 8 S.

We report long-lived, highly spatially localized plasmon states on the surface of nanoporous gold nanoparticles-nanosponges-with high excitation efficiency. It is well known that disorder on the nanometer scale, particularly in two-dimensional systems, can lead to plasmon localization and large field enhancements, which can, in turn, be used to enhance nonlinear optical effects and to study and exploit quantum optical processes. Here, we introduce promising, three-dimensional model systems for light capture and plasmon localization as gold nanosponges that are formed by the dewetting of gold/ silver bilayers and dealloying. We study light-induced electron emission from single nanosponges, a nonlinear process with exponents of n approximate to 5...7, using ultrashort laser pulse excitation to achieve femtosecond time resolution. The long-lived electron emission process proves, in combination with optical extinction measurements and finite-difference time-domain calculations, the existence of localized modes with lifetimes of more than 20 fs. These electrons couple efficiently to the dipole antenna mode of each individual nanosponge, which in turn couples to the far-field. Thus, individual gold nanosponges are cheap and robust disordered nanoantennas with strong local resonances, and an ensemble of nanosponges constitutes a meta material with a strong polarization independent, nonlinear response over a wide frequency range.


https://doi.org/10.1038/lsa.2017.75
Wojciechowski, Jarosław; Kolanowski, Łukasz; Bund, Andreas; Lota, Grzegorz
The influence of current collector corrosion on the performance of electrochemical capacitors. - In: Journal of power sources : the international journal on the science and technology of electrochemical energy systems. - New York, NY [u.a.] : Elsevier, ISSN 18732755, Bd. 368 (2017), S. 18-29
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2017.09.069
Geis, Julius; Koch, Michael; Bruchmüller, Matthias
Influence of fiber length in basalt fiber filled thermoplastics on mechanical properties. - In: Engineering for a changing world : 59th IWK, Ilmenau Scientific Colloquium, Technische Universität Ilmenau, September 11-15, 2017 : proceedings. - Ilmenau : ilmedia / Ilmenau Scientific Colloquium. Technische Universität Ilmenau ; 59 (Ilmenau) : 2017.09.11-15., (2017), insges. 9 S.
http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:gbv:ilm1-2017iwk-032:5
Neitzel, Benedikt; Fiebig, Christian; Koch, Michael
Influence of fiber undulation on the mechanical properties of fiber reinforced plastics. - In: Engineering for a changing world : 59th IWK, Ilmenau Scientific Colloquium, Technische Universität Ilmenau, September 11-15, 2017 : proceedings. - Ilmenau : ilmedia / Ilmenau Scientific Colloquium. Technische Universität Ilmenau ; 59 (Ilmenau) : 2017.09.11-15., (2017), insges. 12 S.
http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:gbv:ilm1-2017iwk-030:0
Feustel, Stefan; Caba, Stefan; Koch, Michael
Processing and quality of continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic by direct extrusion. - In: Engineering for a changing world : 59th IWK, Ilmenau Scientific Colloquium, Technische Universität Ilmenau, September 11-15, 2017 : proceedings. - Ilmenau : ilmedia / Ilmenau Scientific Colloquium. Technische Universität Ilmenau ; 59 (Ilmenau) : 2017.09.11-15., (2017), insges. 8 S.
http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:gbv:ilm1-2017iwk-017:9
Vakaliuk, Oleksii; Halbedel, Bernd
Lorentz Force Velocimetry measurements using HTS bulk magnet system. - In: Workshop Elektroprozesstechnik / Workshop Elektroprozesstechnik (Ilmenau) : 2017.10.05-06. : 5.-6. Oktober 2017, Seminar- und Ferienhaus "Zur Talsperre", An der Talsperre 1, D-98693 Ilmenau - Ortsteil Heyda : Tagungsband. - Ilmenau : Förderkreis Elektrowärme Ilmenau e.V., (2017), 9, insges. 8 S.

An experimental demonstration of the Lorentz force velocimetry (LFV) technique using high-temperature superconducting (HTS) bulk magnet system (MS), acting as trapped field magnets, is reported. Besides the experimental results on the Lorentz force, FL, induced by a vertically aligned cylindrical moving metal rod through the oppositely arranged HTS-MS, the HTS-MS design as well as activation procedure, including refrigeration and magnetization, along with further suggestions for improvements are discussed.